​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​9.3 Rules - Activity Status 

​​Buildings
​​​a) 
​New buildings on sites adjoining the following transport corridors (excluding rear sites and those provided for by 9.3 g), i) and j)): Te Rapa Road, Avalon Drive, Mangaharakeke Drive, Lincoln Street, Greenwood Street, and Kahikatea Drive where the activity complies with any relevant rule in the plan
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​​b)​New buildings in the Rotokauri Employment Area where the activity complies with any relevant rule in the plan​-​C
​c)New buildings outside the areas specified in 9.3a) and b)​​​P​-
​d)Alterations and additions (other than minor works) on sites adjoining the following transport corridors (excluding rear sites and those provided for by 9.3 h), i) and j)): Te Rapa Road, Avalon Drive, Mangaharakeke Drive, Lincoln Street, Greenwood Street, and Kahikatea Drive where the activity complies with any relevant rule in the plan.​​C​-
e)​Alterations and additions in the Rotokauri Employment Area where the activity complies with any relevant rule in the plan​​-​C
​f)Alterations and additions outside the areas specified in 9.3d) and 9.3e) ​P​-
​g)New buildings in the Crawford Street Freight Village​P​-
​h)Alterations and additions in the Crawford Street Freight Village​P​-
​i)New buildings and alterations and additions to existing buildings in the Te Rapa North Industrial Zone ​P​-
​j)New buildings and alterations and additions to existing buildings in the Te Rapa North Industrial Zone within the Te Rapa Dairy Manufacturing site​P​​-
k)​Demolition or removal of existing buildings (except heritage buildings scheduled in Volume 2, Appendix 8, Schedule 8A: Built Heritage)​P​P
l)​Maintenance or repair of existing buildings (except heritage buildings scheduled in Volume 2, Appendix 8, Schedule 8A: Built Heritage)​P​P
​m)​Minor works ​P​P
​Activities
n)​Industrial activity​P​RD
​o)​Industrial activity in the Riverlea Industrial Area
(Figure 6-3, Appendix 6, Volume 2)
​RD​-
p)​Light industrial activity
Where the activity complies with relevant standards in Rules 9.4 and 9.5 and generates < 250 vehicle movements per day
​P
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q)​Service industrial activity
Where the activity complies with relevant standards in Rules 9.4 and 9.5 and generates <  250 vehicle movements per day
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r)​Any new activity requiring an air discharge consent under the Waikato Regional Plan, where discharge is from a point within 100m of the boundary of any Residential Zone or Special Character Zone​RD​RD
​s)​Any noxious or offensive activity greater than 250m from the boundary of any Residential Zone or Special Character Zone except within the Riverlea Industrial Area (Figure 6-3, Appendix 6, Volume 2) or Rotokauri Employment Area​RD

t)​Any noxious or offensive activity within 250m of the boundary of any Residential Zone or Special Character Zone or within the Riverlea Industrial Area (Figure 6-3, Appendix 6, Volume 2) or Rotokauri Employment Area​NC​NC
u)​P​P
v)
​P​P
​w)Trade and industry training facilities​P​P
x)​Food and beverage outlets (no greater than 250m2 gross floor area)​P​P
​y)Wholesale retail and trade supplies​P​P
​z)
Yard-based retail on front sites adjoining the following transport corridors: Te Rapa Road, Avalon Drive, Mangaharakeke Drive,​ Lincoln Street, Greenwood Street, and Kahikatea Drive (excluding sites separated from the transport corridor by a segregation strip)
​P​-
aa)Yard-based retail other than as provided for as a permitted activityR​D​RD
bb)​Building improvement centres​​​P​P
​​cc)​​New supermarkets, where the activity complies with the standards in Rule 9.5.4 ​ ​RD​​NC
​dd)​​New supermarkets, where the activity fails the standards in Rule 9.5.4​​NC​​NC
ee)​Extensions to existing supermarkets, where the activity complies with the standard in Rule 9.5.5​P​​NC
ff)​Extensions to supermarkets  where the activity complies with the standard in Rule 9.5.6​​RD​​​NC
gg)​​Extensions to supermarkets where the activity fails the standard in Rule 9.5.6​​​NC​​NC
hh)
Healthcare services (where existing at the date of Plan notification)
​P​NC
ii)
Healthcare services other than as provided for as a permitted activity
​RD​D
jj)Emergency service facilities​RD​RD
kk)Passenger transport facilities​P​P
ll)​P​RD
mm)​D​D
nn)​Transportation service centre in Stage 1B of the Te Rapa North Industrial Zone in accordance with 12.3h)​P​-
oo)​P​RD
pp)Accessory buildings​P​P
qq)​P​P
rr) Drive-through services*​RD​D
ss)
Ancillary residential unit where the activity complies with relevant standards in Rules 9.4 and 9.5 and generates   <250 vehicle movements per day
​C​C
tt) Childcare facilities ​RD​RD
​uu)Any activity identified in Rule 9.3p), q) and ss)​ that does not comply with relevant standards in Rules 9.4 and 9.5 or generates 250 or more vehicle movements per day​RD ​ ​
vv)Boarding kennels and catteries​RD​RD
ww)Gymnasiums
RDRD
​xx)​Places of worship​RD​RD
​yy)​Banks  less than 200m2​P​P
zz)​Managed care facilities; retirement villages and rest homes on the defined site Lot 3 DP S270, Pt Lot 3 DRO 346, Pt Lot 2 DRO 346, Pt Lot 1 DPS 4044 and Pt Lot 2 DPS 4044 shown on Figure 9.3a​RD​-
aaa)​Managed care facilities; retirement villages; and rest homes; outside of the defined site Lot 3 DP S270, Pt Lot 3 DRO 346, Pt Lot 2 DRO 346, Pt Lot 1 DPS 4044 and Pt Lot 2 DPS 4044 shown on Figure 9.3a​NC​-
bbb)​Visitor accommodation on the defined site Lot 3 DP S270, Pt Lot 3 DRO 346, Pt Lot 2 DRO 346, Pt Lot 1 DPS 4044 and Pt Lot 2 DPS 4044 shown on Figure 9.3a​D​-
ccc)​Visitor accommodation outside of the defined site Lot 3 DP S270, Pt Lot 3 DRO 346, Pt Lot 2 DRO 346, Pt Lot 1 DPS 4044 and Pt Lot 2 DPS 4044 shown on Figure 9.3a​NC​-
​​ All Activities and Structures
​ddd)​Any activity not listed above​​ ​​​ ​​​NC​​NC
Activity​
Industrial
​Rotokauri Employment Area

Note
1. Table 15-2d of Volume 2, Appendix 15-2 contains guidance for converting vehicles per day into other units of measure. 
2. Refer to Chapter 1.1.9 for activities marked with an (*)

Figure 9.3a: Lot 3 DP S270, Pt Lot 3 DRO 346, Pt Lot 2 DRO 346, Pt Lot 1 DPS 4044 and Pt Lot 2 DPS 4044 Area affected by Rule 9.3 zz) to ccc)

9.3.1 Rules – Activity Status Table for the Greenwood/Kahikatea Corridor

In addition to the activities provided for within the Industrial Zone 9.3 Rules – Activity Status Table, the following shall apply to activities located in the Greenwood/Kahikatea Corridor.

Activity​Greenwood/ Kahikatea Corridor
a)     ​Automotive and marine suppliersP
​b)​Mowers and outdoor maintenance equipment retail​P
​c)​Pool and spa retail​P
​d)​Equestrian supply retail​P
​e)​Gymnasiums​P
​f)​Hire Centre​​P

9.3.2 Rules – Activity Status Table for the Te Rapa Corridor​ 

In addition to the activities provided for within the Industrial Zone 9.3 Rules – Activity Status Table, the following shall apply to activities located in the Te Rapa Corridor.​

ActivityTe Rapa Corridor
​a)​Automotive and marine suppliers​P
​b)​Mowers and outdoor maintenance equipment retail​P
​c)​Pool and spa retail​P
​d)​Equestrian supply retail​P
​e)​Gymnasiums​P
​f)​Hire Centre​P
​g)​Retail activity within the Te Rapa Corridor Area where lawfully established at 10 December 2012 and which meets the standards in rule 9.5.7 (but excluding sites which were occupied at 10 December 2012 by activities provided for in 9.3 v), x), y), z), aa), bb), cc) - gg) and 9.3.2 a)-f)):
​i.​<150m2 GFA per tenancy​P

​ii.​151-999m2 GFA per tenancy​​NC​
​iii.​>1000m2 GFA per tenancy​P
​h)​Retail activity within the Te Rapa Corridor where established at 10 December 2012 and which fails the standards in rule 9.5.7 but meets the standards in rule 9.5.8 (but excluding sites which were occupied at 10 December 2012 by activities provided for in 9.3 v), x), y), z), aa), bb), cc) - gg) and 9.3.2 a)-g))​:​ 
​i.​​<150m2 GFA per tenancy​D
​ii.​151-999m2 GFA per tenancy​NC
​iii.​​>1000m2 GFA per tenancy​​​D
​i)Retail activity within the Te Rapa Corridor described in h​​) above, but which fails the standards in rule 9.5.8​NC
​j)​Office activity within the Te Rapa Corridor where lawfully established at 10 December 2012 and which meets the standards in rule 9.5.7​P
k)​Office activity within the Te Rapa Corridor where established at 10 December 2012 and which fails the standards in rule 9.5.7 but meets the standards in rule 9.5.8​D
l)​Office activity within the Te Rapa Corridor described in k) above, but which fails the standards in rule 9.5.8​NC
m)​Expansion of any retail or office activity within the Te Rapa Corridor​NC
​n)​Establishment of any new retail or office tenancies within the Te Rapa Corridor​​NC

Note
1.  Table 15-2d of Volume 2, Appendix 15-2 contains guidance for converting vehicles per day into other units of measure. 
2.  Refer to Chapter 1.1.9 for activities marked with an (*)
3.  “Te Rapa Corridor” and “Greenwood/Kahikatea Corridor” are defined terms and are identified in Figure 6-4 and Figure 6-5 in Volume 2, Appendix 6.

9.3.3 Use of Comprehensive Development Consents

Subject to Rule 9.3, Comprehensive Development Consents may be prepared for all or part of the development cells illustrated in Volume 2, Appendix 6, Figure 6-1 and Figure 6-2. The Comprehensive Development Consent shall be prepared in accordance with the standards in Rules 9.4 -9.5 and shall detail the activities in Table 9.3 which will be authorised by the CDC. The application for a CDC shall provide:

a) An o​​verall design and layout for the development cell in general accordance with the Structure Plan.​
b) Details of the proposed activities and staging of development.​
c)​ A Broad Integrated Transport Assessment in accordance with Rule 25.14.4.3j) for the development as a whole, including details of:
​i.​the anticipated traffic generation into and out of the cell, based upon the activities provided for by the development.​
​ii.​how the development does not compromise the safe and efficient functioning of the transport network or preclude the ability of the transport network to support the future development identified for the balance of the Structure Plan area.
d) An implementation plan for the proposed network improvements as indicated on the Structure Plan, taking account of the Indicative Infrastructural Development Programme set out in Rule 3.6.3 and staging map Figure 2-9 of Volume 2, Appendix 2.​
​e)​A service corridor shall be provided as identified in Volume 2, Appendix 6, Figure 6-2 to enable the extension of trunk water and waste services to serve future land releases in Rotokauri.
​f)​The preparation of an Integrated Catchment Management Plan to facilitate the principles and proposals for the Rotokauri Structure Plan.

9.3.4 Status of a Co​mprehensive Development Consent​

a) Application may be made for the approval of a Comprehensive Development Consent as a restricted discretionary activity, with discretion restricted to the following matters (refer to Appendix 1.3): ​

    B - Design and Layout - B7, B8 and B17
    C - Character and Amenity
    F - Hazards and Safety
    G - Transportation
    J - Three Water Capacity and Techniques.
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